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GTGM: Shelter Animal With Special Needs

Special Care for Special Needs

Special-needs animals inspire us with their zest for life, but they need a little extra help in order to thrive. Only a few shelters in the US are able to give them the expensive necessary care.

Give animals with special needs the care they deserve!

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Rescue Story: Arwee Cat

Arwee's Arrival

I took Arwee home that afternoon… [and] I didn't see her for the better part of three weeks. In spite of my attempts to lure her out, she just crawled further underneath the bed.

However, one night I woke to the softest tickle of baby whiskers on my cheek…

Anonymous, from Lubbock, TX

Find Out What Made Arwee Emerge »

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Help Feed Hungry Shelter Animals

With millions of cats and dogs in shelters, rescue organizations have a lot of mouths to feed.

Providing them with free, healthy meals makes it possible for shelters to focus on other important needs — like saving more animals.

Help Provide Healthy Meals for Hungry Pets

Tell the FDA to Enact Stronger Pet Food Safety Regulations

Help Ban Potentially Lethal Pet Treats

Late last year the FDA admitted they had no idea why the imported Chinese pet treats were killing beloved family pets.

With thousands of known cases (and no way of knowing the true number), a ban on the problematic treats is a common sense solution to protect our furry friends while we figure out the cause.

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Spay/Neuter and Vaccinate a Street Dog in India
In India, the ancient philosophy of ahimsa (non-harming) discourages violence toward animals. Unfortunately, it also leaves India's streets teeming with unhealthy and malnourished street dogs. In Andhra Pradesh, only one animal rights group is working to fix this problem, and they need our help.

Your contribution provides crucial veterinary care to help humanely combat canine overpopulation in India.

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